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i have a little question for all cookers, i have tried about 30/40 NAND roms, and for me is the best alternative solution for hd2 at wm 6.5, i have tested this roms with quadrant and the max result that i had about 2200, yesterday i have tried 2 SD/MAGLAR roms http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=947572 and after quadrant benckmark i had this results 1680 and 2100.
Now, my question is , why that is possible? if the nand are more fast than sd card?
thank you.

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MAGLDR113
sd 2 gb classe 2
 
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i have a little question for all cookers, i have tried about 30/40 NAND roms, and for me is the best alternative solution for hd2 at wm 6.5, i have tested this roms with quadrant and the max result that i had about 2200, yesterday i have tried 2 SD/MAGLAR roms http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=947572 and after quadrant benckmark i had this results 1680 and 2100.
Now, my question is , why that is possible? if the nand are more fast than sd card?
thank you.

my config

MAGLDR113
sd 2 gb classe 2
just shows you how meaningless quadrant score is
nand build suffers in the I/O department of the quadrant test but like i said it doesnt mean much it's still as fast as sd builds
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